Thanks for comments. Near Lima Ohio. Toured again Sunday and was so surprised by a 18 yr. old guy who just couldn't look at it enough. He hoped to own one someday. When the younger generation loves the old stuff you have to know something was made right many years ago.
Starting the search for what few parts I need to fix something's. feels good when you put truck lights, under hood lights, license plate lights in and they all work.
I would really like the camaro lovers advise on several issues.
One is this car is an untouched LM1 350 turbo with everything as it was built. So to be fair to the car do you restore to its original (light green with green interior)?
It runs and drives like new. Hard to believe but owned by an older gentlemen who took excellent car of it since 1974.
Interior is fair( no rips or cracks) but some what faded.
Paint as stated is tired but looks decent from 10ft. But I will reprint.
Top was changed to black but was white originally.
Radio doesn't work.( got to have some tunes to cruise by)
So help me out, I have no problem as is but could clone to something different.
Does changing ad or take away for value and the history of car.